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The Spirit of the Peace Museum Network

spirit of the peace museums network

The Peace Country . . .A vast region encompassing parts of two provinces; north western Alberta and north eastern British Columbia. The region lies within the Peace River basin, separated from the south by a natural forested area. A land of diverse geography and history, a people once isolated by place and time, but unified by spirit. Experience the Spirit . . . A unique sense of regional community that started with the pioneers and continues to the present. Together sharing the struggles and celebrating successes, the regional population has a sense of unity. The will to work with nature and its challenges and appreciate its great beauty in our forests, prairie and river valleys. Come Visit the Peace Country . . . With modern transportation, communication and facilities, the welcome mat is out for you to come and visit. Over 30 museums and historic sites across the region tell the unique stories of this beautiful part of Canada. Come and visit, circle through the region and take away memories of experiencing the 'Spirit of the Peace'.